# Final Payoff: The True Price Of Convicting Clifford Robert Olson

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- Title: Final Payoff: The True Price Of Convicting Clifford Robert Olson
- Author: Ian Mulgrew
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- Page: 158
- Format: Ebook

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Journalist Ian Mulgrew covers the details of the financial exchange that left a stain on our justice system Canadian serial killer Clifford Olson s wife and child were left with 100,000 in exchange for Olson leading police to the bodies of the 11 children he raped and murdered in the 1980s, clearly bringing into question the criminal code that states a criminal can never be rewarded for his her crime s This is a good read because it doesn t glorify the serial killer Mulgrew doesn t go into grues [...]

A really hard to put down book about a hideous criminal case Really gives you a flavor of what the killer was like, unlike any other book I ve found on the guy, despite the shoot from the hip psychoanalysis and other distracting elements This also explains the reasoning behind the notorious financial deal as well as the complete text of the contract everyone signed and gives a good sense of the arguments for and against This could prove to be my favorite book on the case.

This book raises the question Should criminals be paid for their confessions Not particularly well written book but an interesting concept There was a backlash over decision that was made so it probably isnt going to be a common practice.